The Spamwise Chronicles

Gramercy Tavern Snapshots

Gramercy Tavern is one of my favorite restaurants in New York City.

It opened in July 1994 to rave reviews. It’s always been a showcase of New American cuisine with a touch of French influence.

Fish croquettes, radish kimchi, baby lettuce, seaweed

Pork meatball, fontina cheese, red cabbage, potato purée

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B and I celebrated our one year anniversary in May, at a dinner held at the Tavern.

If you had asked me a few years ago if I would be long-distance dating someone, and eventually in a relationship, I wouldn’t have even begun to consider that notion. It’s funny what happens when you aren’t looking for something, isn’t it? That’s the cliché, but I’d never really understood. When I met his parents earlier this year, I knew it was serious. My next trip is in December and we’re counting down the days.

What a wonderful ride it’s been. Here’s to our future.

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Clicking on any of the tiles below will bring up a slideshow of high-resolution photographs.

I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we did our dinner.

This entry was published on October 15, 2014 at 2:32 pm. It’s filed under American cuisine, food, food photography, LGBT, New York City and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Gramercy Tavern Snapshots

  1. Wow! What a feast! I’m drooling.

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  2. What a lovely anniversary dinner. I’m dying for that ramp custard. Thank you, for sharing it all with us!

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